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The Dao Of Qoheleth: An Intertextual Reading Of The Daode Jing And The Book Of Ecclesiastes, R. Christopher Heard Jan 1996

The Dao Of Qoheleth: An Intertextual Reading Of The Daode Jing And The Book Of Ecclesiastes, R. Christopher Heard

Religion Division Faculty Scholarship

Of all the world's literary works which may appropriately be labeled religious classics, the Hebrew scriptures and the Daode Jing stand out as two of the most popular across cultural and linguistic boundaries. One might suppose that the cross-cultural popularity of these classics would have brought them into frequent contact with one another. However, not much seems to have been done to relate the Bible to the Daode Jing in a constructive way. In this article, I seek to begin redressing this lack of conversation by offering a reading of the biblical book of Ecclesiastes using the Daode Jing ...


The Relationship Of Psychological Type To The Missionary Calling And Cross-Cultural Adjustment Of Southern Baptist Missionaries, Michael Eugene Whelchel Jan 1996

The Relationship Of Psychological Type To The Missionary Calling And Cross-Cultural Adjustment Of Southern Baptist Missionaries, Michael Eugene Whelchel

ATS Dissertations

No abstract provided.


Reflections On "Human Nature And Human Virtue", Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil. Dec 1995

Reflections On "Human Nature And Human Virtue", Lawrence E. Frizzell D.Phil.

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

Reflections on "Human Nature and Human Virtue" is Lawrence Frizzell's response to Dr. Chin-Tai Kim's article, Human Nature and Human Virtue: Some Reflections on Confucius.

Both articles appeared in the same issue of The ISKSA Bulletin and are re-published here.